This Yorkshire Wool provider got a lucky break when a large retailer placed an order. This was a step in the right direction for their growth plans, but the quantity they needed to produce required more cash than they were used to. Add on to that the retailer’s long payment terms and they found themselves needing access to cash, fast. Find out how invoice finance helped them close that cash gap and make the most of their new opportunity.
This innovative company is a market leader in AI technology. Their smart platform allows them to match content with the right audience. However, making sure they had the cash to pay their creditors while waiting up to 90 days for their own invoices to be settled was harder to connect. Find out how MarketFinance helped keep cash flow moving.
This advertising services business is a fast-growing company that needs steady cash flow for growth. Their work is on a campaign-basis, so they turned to MarketFinance to help them unlock funds in their unpaid invoices.
Allied Gold's business had changed, raw materials had gone up in price and they needed a new cash flow solution to keep up with demand. Find out how MarketFinance helped them.
Applebridge provides civil engineering solutions to the construction industry. The unpredictable nature of the industry means it’s important that they have access to a solution whereby they can get funds quickly.
auticon is part recruitment business, part social enterprise, working to connect neurodiverse IT consultants with the world’s leading companies. Find out how MarketFinance helped them access to cash to aid their ambitious plans for the future.
This Yorkshire Wool provider landed an order with a large department store, but the high volumes needed and longer terms resulted in a funding gap. Find out how MarketFinance helped this family business take on this new customer.
Bright Network’s data-driven platform was making big waves in the HR and employment sector. Their revenue was up 35% and they needed a funding injection to help them invest in new products and equipment to grow.
This creative agency works with a wide range of clients, but typically waits up to 60 days from completing a project to getting paid. Find out how MarketFinance allows them to use those outstanding invoices to keep their cash flow healthy.
This independent drinks wholesaler was no stranger to funding solutions, but they found their current products to be too rigid. Find out how they turned to MarketFinance for tech-driven, flexible solutions.
A partnership with a big supermarket chain pushed this independent London-based brewery into overdrive. The supermarket’s long payment terms meant Crate needed a solution that provided flexibility – and fast.
This online platform connects family and beauty brands with the right audiences. They were growing fast and needed greater access to cash flow on an ongoing basis. Find out how MarketFinance sorted them with a funding line backed by their sales ledger.
Mobsta are experts at creating targeted audience segments for advertisers, but their clients pay them on 60-day terms. In order to fund their daily operations, Mobsta turned to MarketFinance to bridge that gap.
Cash flow is important for this family-run biscuit business. They need regular funding to fulfil orders for brands across the UK and Europe, which was made even harder by the coronavirus pandemic. Find out how MarketFinance helped them to grow.
This creative agency was winning bigger and bigger clients, but the payment terms of these clients also grew. Find out how MarketFinance helped them bridge the gap so Nonsense could land those larger accounts with confidence.
With over 800 customers in many different countries, this e-learning and employee training business found traditional invoice finance didn't quite work for them. Find out how MarketFinance offered a different route to funding.
This company is a tech leader that uses AI to bring audiences and content together. What they couldn’t reconcile was having to pay their creditors monthly, while waiting 90 days to get paid by their debtors. Find out how MarketFinance helped to bridge that gap.
This alcoholic sweets manufacturer got the chance of a lifetime when a major department store wanted to stock their product. But it left a big cash flow gap and to meet the demand they would have to scale quickly. Find out how MarketFinance came to the rescue.
Tentsile were disrupting the camping industry with their gravity-defying tents. They were brought back to earth by long payment terms coupled with a lengthy sustainable supply chain. Find out how their relationship with Barclays led them to MarketFinance.